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Earth to Life has an inspirational collection of unique, natural, organic and environmentally friendly products in Pakington Street.
“Our products are carefully curated to match our strong business ethics,” says owner Barbara Hull.
“We are passionate about supporting Australian made products, including vegan certified and re-usable products, organic skincare, hemp seed oil and soaps, organic teas and conscientious-living gifts.”
When customers buy from Earth to Life they contribute to the long-term livelihood of families and communities in Australia and around the world, Barbara says.
“We pride ourselves on our diverse range of products and our relationships with producers, suppliers, artisans and social enterprise groups.”
The store sells organic bamboo and hemp fashion labels for women and men that are stylish and suit everyday Australian lifestyles.
“Bamboo is incredibly soft – making it perfect for those with sensitive skin,” Barbara says.
“It is also thermo-regulating and extremely breathable in hot weather and keeps you much warmer in winter.”
The moisture wicking clothing absorbs and evaporates sweat from the skin in seconds, Barbara says.
“Our vast range of bamboo socks and underwear for women and men is a must for everyday wear.”
Earth to Life has been a one-stop shop for sustainable products since 2012.
To see Earth to Life’s range visit its new Geelong store at 129 Pakington Street or check it out online at www.earthtolife.com.au.

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